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France sent official Beirut a written proposal aimed at ending hostilities and settling the standoff on the Lebanese-Israeli border.
Details: The document reportedly calls on militants, including elite Hezbollah units, to withdraw troops 10 km from the border.
The plan aims to end hostilities between Iran-backed Hezbollah and Israel on the border. The publication reminds that these military actions are parallel to the war in Gaza and fuel fears about a destructive, total confrontation.
Four Lebanese and three French senior officials said the document was the first written proposal forwarded to Beirut. Last week, it was presented by the French foreign minister to senior Lebanese officials, including the prime minister.
It declares its aim to prevent a conflict “that risks spiraling out of control” and to ensure “a potential cease-fire when the conditions are right”, and calls for negotiations on the delimitation of the disputed land border between Lebanon and Israel.
Hezbollah rejects official talks on de-escalation until the war in Gaza ends. This position was confirmed by one of Hezbollah’s politicians to Reuters.
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